Missouri State University will host a series of events titled “1517-2017: 500 Years of Reformations” this January and February.
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The work of Dr. Eric Nelson will be in an upcoming issue of Mind’s Eye.
Dr. Bukola Oyeniyi has spent 10 years studying terrorist group Boko Haram.
The Syrian war has raged on for 2016 and there are no signs of it ending soon, according to Dr. Djene Bajalan.
The Higher Learning Commission reaccredited Missouri State University for another 10 years.
“There’s so much misunderstanding about the Ozarks, whether it’s the hillbilly stereotype or the isolated frontier myth,” said Dr. Brooks Blevins.
The Pew Research Center estimates that 10,000 Americans reach retirement age every day. But when these individuals retire, what legacy is left? At Missouri State University, the Wall of Fame honors former faculty and staff who have made a significant impact on the campus community and brought about meaningful change.
Peter Tsahiridis wrote a history textbook that is far more than a timeline of the past.
Dr. Jamaine Abidogun, professor of history at Missouri State University, has been interested in Nigeria and indigenous knowledge for a number of years. She has won two Fulbright awards to study in Nigeria.
In the spring of 1562, the remains of St. Francis of Paola were burned by Protestant forces who had broken into the house of the Minim Order. Dr. Eric Nelson, professor of history, examines how this event was remembered in his article “Remembering the Martyrdom of St. Francis of Paola: History, Memory and Minim Identity […]